|Subject:||[socialcredit] ecology of knoweldge|
|Date:||Wednesday, June 7, 2006 10:20:13 (EDT)|
|From:||Triumphofthepast <Triumphofthepast @...com>
"To impose that condition [eliminating putative knowledge] would change the pictographs." (Keith)
No, Keith, what I meant was that RETAINING "Wojciechowski's quantitative focus on knowledge [as opposed to] truth tests, efficacy, or value issues" means most of the pictographs are wrong as they stand.
For example, #4 is explicitly based on efficacy of knowledge; #6 doesn't work because the increase in putative knowledge does not reduce muscular effort; #8 is totally wrong because failure to master putative knowledge is not ignorance; ##9-11 still work but are verging on trivial: if false "knowledge" increase equally with true, it is not surprising if it causes problems; ##5 and 7 can squeak by if the word "master" is changed to "assess."
Furthermore and very seriously, the application of Godel's Theorem falls apart, because that theorem as described pertains to truth-tests. If truth is not an issue, then the "incompleteness" problem disappears.